National Jeweler Network



About Retail: ‘Extreme’ exposure

The owners of Colorado independent Thollot Jewelers reached an audience of millions by agreeing to take part in a reality TV show. Here’s what they learned along the way.


Craft, Accessories councils join JA NY Summer

The American Craft Council and the Accessories Council have signed on to exhibit at the JA New York Summer show and are bringing new brands, designers and artists with them.


Jeweler says ‘It’s About Time’ for marriage equality

After the Supreme Court’s ruling declaring same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states, Long’s Jewelers quickly crafted a newspaper advertisement showing where it stands on the issue.


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New JVC handbook covers intellectual property law

The guide provides legal education on protecting name brands, slogans and logos as well as inventions and industrial designs.


GemOro debuts Testerossa stone testing instrument

Sy Kessler’s GemOro Superior Instruments division has introduced its latest diamond, white sapphire and moissanite testing instrument, called the Testerossa.


WJA announces 2015 grant winners

The organization has awarded a total of $12,500 to its members across the country to be used toward professional growth.


Jeweler moves $57K in inventory with special sale

Steven and Tricia LaBiche, owners of LaBiche Jewelers in Mississippi, gave customers one hour to line up and reserve a chance to shop for inventory with a 60 percent discount.


AGS releases latest Conclave on Demand videos

The American Gem Society has made a video series of the top speakers and presentations at this year’s Conclave conference in New Orleans available online for the industry.